Whatever you can envision is within the realm of who you are. So when you try to change yourself, you reinforce the self you are trying to transform. For example, you wouldn’t be trying to love yourself if you didn’t dislike yourself. You evolved organically and largely unconsciously. Any meaningful change must occur in a similar way. Awareness changes consciousness; consciousness changes the parameters of the phenomenon called you.
I take a metaphysical approach to interpersonal issues – promoting the conditions in which change occurs rather than perusing the change itself. This involves supporting the client in embracing the feelings they have been trying to resolve with logic and achievement and allowing these feelings to lead them back to early trauma and self-defeating beliefs. This is a non-directive approach that allows the client to discover who they uniquely are as opposed to what they think they would like to become. Change is lasting and often dramatic – occurring within moments, weeks and months as opposed to years.
- Address2836 S. Joslin Ct., Denver, CO 80227
- CategoryAddiction, Anxiety, Couples Counseling, Depression, Family Counseling, Marriage Counseling, PTSD, Self Esteem, Stress, Stress and Trauma, Therapist / Counseling
- LocationArapahoe County (CO), Colorado, Denver County (CO), Jefferson County (CO)